When I was in Sacramento for the mural festival, I also spotted some nice electrical boxes. Here they are for you to enjoy. There are so many more in downtown, but the were the ones I snapped.
Don’t think I’ve ever seen a painted armchair like this, but it’s a form of street art that I could get into! Plus a few more electrical boxes, all from Silver Lake LA.
I love those electrical boxes covered with art. More of these from Silver Lake in LA.
Here’s an electrical box in Little Tokyo that features an antique picture of what Little Tokyo used to look like many years ago.
This pic tells you something about how this neighborhood has been a vibrant community meeting point for over 100 years. It’s really played a vital role for Japanese Americans from LA and all over.
Some of the colorful electrical boxes in Los Angels. Aren’t they pretty? These are in the Palms neighborhood. The second box was made by palmsnc.
Here is the last batch of street art from the Sweet Auburn neighborhood in Atlanta. The was some pretty great art there, worth checking out if you can.
This first one is very moving, educate/ elevate.
The upsidedown house is by Caroline Caldwell, painted in 2014.
Gilroy is blooming! Look at these gorgeous bird of paradise flowers, and i like the fields and produce too. Kudos to Gilroy for all of it’s produce and farming related art!
Here are some electrical boxes from guest city Gilroy California. Gilroy is the heart of the California garlic fields and hosts the annual garlic festival. You can buy garlic ice cream there, yes I had some.
Here’s a little boy reaching into a crate of garlic cloves, as well as a box outside of the local VFW.
Go Wildcats! Here are electrical boxes and garbage cans from the Eastlake neighborhood, up near Highland Hospital.
Here’s a really pretty mural painted by R. Black in honor of Japanese American artist Chiura Obata who was a professor at UC Berkeley and was also imprisoned in the Japanese internment camps during world war II.
Below is an electrical box that is unsigned but looks like a Nigel Sussman piece. These are both on Telegraph Ave close to the university.